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One of the basic functions of the SciELO Publishing Model is to follow up the performance of journals, national collections, the network and the overall program. In the context of national collections, which in most cases are financed by public resources and are highly selective regarding indexing, the good performance of journals is expected in line with the specific objectives of SciELO to contribute to their sustainable increase of editorial quality, visibility, use and impact. In addition to the specific objectives that apply to the entire network, national collections are governed by priorities determined by national policies and conditions.

The performance of journals and SciELO collections are evaluated by the following criteria:

• Institutionality, which refers to institutions responsible for the journals and their respective research communities as indicators of credibility and operational sustainability of journals;

• Good practices of editing and scholarly communication, which refers to the adherence to the SciELO indexing criteria that implies in adherence to the good practices of scholarly communication and adoption of innovations;

• Visibility, Use and Impact, which refer to the following contexts:
◦ Access and downloads indicators to articles’ full text files in HTML and PDF formats;
◦ Citations indicators or metrics considering different journal indexes;
◦ Web presence indicators or altmetrics.

The scope proposed for this working group encompasses the analysis of journals performance in accordance with the above criteria, taking into account the specificities of different thematic areas and different countries. The analysis and discussion of these three dimensions will be conducted by scholarly communication and bibliometrics experts with the support of representatives of national collections, journal editors and specialists.

One of the basic functions of the SciELO Publishing Model is to follow up the performance of journals, national collections, the network and the overall program. In the context of national collections, which in most cases are financed by public resources and are highly selective regarding indexing, the good performance of journals is expected in line with the specific objectives of SciELO to contribute to their sustainable increase of editorial quality, visibility, use and impact. In addition to the specific objectives that apply to the entire network, national collections are governed by priorities determined by national policies and conditions.

The performance of journals and SciELO collections are evaluated by the following criteria:

• Institutionality, which refers to institutions responsible for the journals and their respective research communities as indicators of credibility and operational sustainability of journals;

• Good practices of editing and scholarly communication, which refers to the adherence to the SciELO indexing criteria that implies in adherence to the good practices of scholarly communication and adoption of innovations;

• Visibility, Use and Impact, which refer to the following contexts:
◦ Access and downloads indicators to articles’ full text files in HTML and PDF formats;
◦ Citations indicators or metrics considering different journal indexes;
◦ Web presence indicators or altmetrics.

The scope proposed for this working group encompasses the analysis of journals performance in accordance with the above criteria, taking into account the specificities of different thematic areas and different countries. The analysis and discussion of these three dimensions will be conducted by scholarly communication and bibliometrics experts with the support of representatives of national collections, journal editors and specialists.

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  1. 1. SciELO 2018 International Collaboration Top Cited journals James Testa, VP Emeritus Editorial Development & Publisher Relations james.testa@clarivate.com
  2. 2. 2 SciELO papers from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela 2007-2016 302,446 papers from these 15 countries
  3. 3. 3 Level of International Collaboration Among Authors from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico - in SciELO - in Web of Science 2007 to 2011 2012 to 2016
  4. 4. 4 Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Mexico #papers/authors in WoS 42,742 papers 82,153 authors 182,682 papers 270,525 authors 27,675 papers 58,802 authors 14,077 papers 37,749 authors 70,069 papers 130,858 authors #papers/authors in SciELO 10,575 papers 12,381 authors 82,125 papers 93,672 authors 10,836 papers 13,207 authors 15,256 papers 17,554 authors 14,005 papers 16,031 authors 2007 TO 2011 Papers in WoS and SciELO with at least one author from either Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, or Mexico - A View of each country’s international Collaboration
  5. 5. 5 2012 TO 2016 Papers in WoS and SciELO with at least one author from either Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, or Mexico - A View of each country’s international Collaboration Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Mexico #papers/authors in WoS 54,269 papers 132,802 authors 246,376 papers 450,517 authors 44,429 papers 129,184 authors 23,575 papers 99,180 authors 93,824 papers 221,403 authors #papers/authors in SciELO 11,593 papers 13,667 authors 92,544 papers 104,581authors 15,337 papers 18,515 authors 23,312 papers 26,240 authors 21,136 papers 24,049 authors
  6. 6. 6 Citation Frequency And International Collaboration Among Authors from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico in SciELO 2007-2016
  7. 7. 7 291,785 papers from these five countries
  8. 8. 8 2007 to 2016 A View of International Collaboration and Citation Frequency 291,785 papers from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico Top 1% CitedTop 1% Cited Bottom 1% Cited
  9. 9. 9 Top Cited SciELO Journals from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico 2007-2016 Journal Country Number of Years as a Top 10 Cited Journal Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz Brazil 10 Cadernos de Saúde Pública Brazil 8 Ciência & Saúde Coletiva Brazil 8 Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society Brazil 8 Revista de Saúde Pública Brazil 6 Ciência Rural Brazil 4 Clinics Brazil 4 Química Nova Brazil 4 Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia Brazil 4 Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia Brazil 3 Salud Pública de México Mexico 3 Revista mexicana de astronomía y astrofísica Mexico 2 Nutrición Hospitalaria Spain 1 Revista médica de Chile Chile 1 Revista MVZ Córdoba Columbia 1

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  • WoS JSP: de facto standard for defining quality
    How did Garfield select for the 1st SCI (1963) before he’d compiled citation data
    Core literature was know
    SC Bradford et al knew of the MOST USED literature
    In 1969 Garfield started to observe citation clustering around the top journals as SCI data accumulated for study.
    BRADFORD’s LAW OF SCATTERING:
    500 to 1000 journals needed to provide 95% of significant literature of a field – SCI=175 CATEGORIES / fields
    Comet: concentration of significance at the nucleus with journals of occasional significance at the tale.
    GARFIELD’S LAW OF CONCENTRATION:
    SIGNIFICAT degree of overlap among different fields.
    Relatively small number of journals accounted for most of the references indexed, articles published, and citation received. (1972)
    He determined that the core literature of all scientific disciplines at the time involved no more that 1,000 jouirnals.
    Garfield’s 1972 SCI covered 3,000 journals –far exceeding the core literature. (core literature definition: nearly 100% of articles are directly concerned with the subject)


  • Objectives of JSP
    Evaluate & Select the “best” (what is the best?) international and regional journals
    Provide standards for the publishing community in creating world-class journals

    We’ve got Wos as an example of the efficacy of the JSP
    We partner with the worldwide publishing community to jointly improve the effectiveness and efficiency of scholarly communication.

    MY ROLE in articulating the JSP
    GARFIELD’s essay in Current Contents outlining the process
    My 1996 essay defining in some detail the WoS Journal Selection Process
    …with updates over the past 22 years
    Regional Journals
    ESCI advent
  • WoS JSP: de facto standard for defining quality
    How did Garfield select for the 1st SCI (1963) before he’d compiled citation data
    Core literature was know
    SC Bradford et al knew of the MOST USED literature
    In 1969 Garfield started to observe citation clustering around the top journals as SCI data accumulated for study.
    BRADFORD’s LAW OF SCATTERING:
    500 to 1000 journals needed to provide 95% of significant literature of a field – SCI=175 CATEGORIES / fields
    Comet: concentration of significance at the nucleus with journals of occasional significance at the tale.
    GARFIELD’S LAW OF CONCENTRATION:
    SIGNIFICAT degree of overlap among different fields.
    Relatively small number of journals accounted for most of the references indexed, articles published, and citation received. (1972)
    He determined that the core literature of all scientific disciplines at the time involved no more that 1,000 jouirnals.
    Garfield’s 1972 SCI covered 3,000 journals –far exceeding the core literature. (core literature definition: nearly 100% of articles are directly concerned with the subject)


  • WHAT IS THE ARCI MISSION?
    IS this already defined?

    What is the ARCI JSP
    How do we measure journal quality?
    How do we measure importance and influence?

    In my experience, expertise in library and information science is extremely valuable.

    We are, in fact, building and curating a collection, a library

    Collection development and curation are the task.

    Managing the collection
  • Describe the Ed Dev team at Clarivate.
  • Describe the Ed Dev team at Clarivate.

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